Cycling study completed, two papers published.
Cycling study on the Measured and Subjectively Perceived Air Pollution of Commuters in Aachen completed.
After 5 years of interdisciplinary collaboration between the ACCESS! colleagues Hanna Fuchte (Institute for Environmental Research, RWTH) and Jennifer Bosen (Gender and Diversity in Engineering, RWTH), the Institute of Landscape Ecology (WWU Münster) and the ADFC, the Cycling study is completed.
Two publications have appeared as part of the study. In addition to the publication already published in 2022, another paper has been published with the successful completion of the project.
- Bosen, J, Fuchte, H.E. & Leicht-Scholten, C. (2023) Cycling to work and making cycling work: What makes committed utility cyclists despite perceived risks of air pollution and traffic? Journal of Transport & Health, 28, 101519.
- Fuchte, H.E., Paas, B., Auer, F., Bayer, V.J., Achten, C. & Schäffer, A. et al. (2022) Identification of sites with elevated PM levels along an urban cycle path using a mobile platform and the analysis of 48 particle bound PAH. Atmospheric Environment